Emile Schepers

 
 
Emile Schepers

Emile Schepers is a veteran civil and immigrant rights activist. Emile Schepers was born in South Africa and has a doctorate in cultural anthropology from Northwestern University. He has worked as a researcher and activist in urban, working-class communities in Chicago since 1966. He is active in the struggle for immigrant rights, in solidarity with the Cuban Revolution and a number of other issues. He now writes from Northern Virginia.

 

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International Notes: January 13, 2016

International Notes: January 13, 2016

Latin left pursues regional unity, China and Vietnam CP's meet, and more in this week's International Notes.

International Notes: January 7, 2017

International Notes: January 7, 2017

Hit squads killing SACP members, anti-Semitism in the Ukraine, terror attacks against local China party office and much more in this week's International Notes.

International Notes: December 22, 2016

International Notes: December 22, 2016

Former student leader and member of Parliament Camila Vallejo  defends union rights against neoliberal policy,  Cyprus Communists score election wins and more in this week's International Notes.

International Notes: December 16, 2016

International Notes: December 16, 2016

Turkish communists condemn terror; Bulgarians protest outlawing of communists symbols,  United Left says no to Franco out and more in this week's International Notes.

International Notes: December 10, 2016

International Notes: December 10, 2016

Italian CPs celebrate defeat of referendum; Argentine CP says structural changes needed to defeat neoliberal policies; French communists defend Post Office and more in this week's International Notes.

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